A foot injury has landed Patriots cornerback Tarell Brown (foot) on season-ending injured reserve, per the Boston Herald.
This is a definite blow to the pass defense, as he had spent time as a starter.
Patriots cornerback Tarell Brown (foot) is listed as out for Sunday night's game against the Colts, CSN New England reports.
With Brown sidelined this week, the likes of Logan Ryan and Justin Coleman figure to be in line to see added snaps at cornerback Sunday in tandem with Malcolm Butler.
Brown (foot) missed practice on Friday for the second day in a row, likely due to a foot injury, ESPN.com reports.
Brown injured his foot in Week 2's victory over the Bills, only playing 53 of 72. He then sat out Week 3's mathcup with the Jaguars. He returned to the field last Sunday but was again limited, only playing 45 of 72 snaps. The status of the Patriots No. 2 cornerback heading into Sunday's showdown with the Colts is still unknown, but if it serves as any indication, the Patriots signed cornerback Rashaan Melvin on Wednesday. Melvin along with Malcolm Butler, Logan Ryan, and Justin Coleman are the only other cornerbacks on the roster, if Brown is a no-go for Sunday.
Free agent cornerback Tarell Brown was in New England on Tuesday for a second visit with the Patriots, according to ESPN.com.
Brown visited with the team in March, but left without a contract. Brown played in 2014 with the Raiders, totaling 55 tackles with four passes defended. He spent the the previous seven years in San Francisco where he amassed 11 interceptions.
Free agent cornerbacks Bradley Fletcher and Tarell Brown were among the players who visited the Patriots on Tuesday, reports ESPN.com.
Fletcher spent the past two seasons with the Eagles, recording 131 total tackles and three interceptions. Brown played 14 games for the Raiders last year, making 55 tackles.
The Raiders announced cornerback Tarell Brownhas been placed on injured reserve Saturday.
Brown has been dealing with a foot injury and will be a free agent after the season.
The Raiders promoted linebacker Spencer Hadley from the team's practice squad to take Brown's roster space.
The Raiders released their final injury report for the Week 16 game against the Bills and listed quarterback Derek Carr (thumb) and cornerback T.J. Carrie (ankle) as probable.
The only players listed as questionable are defensive lineman C.J. Wilson (knee) and cornerback D.J. Hayden (back).
The Raiders listed the following players as out: Vincent Brown (groin), Tarell Brown (foot), Chimdi Chekwa (hamstring), Brian Leonhardt (concussion), Menelik Watson (foot) and Denarius Moore (knee).
The Raiders are 6 1/2-point underdogs.
Raiders wideout Andre Holmes (shoulder) is active for the game at Kansas City after being listed as probable. Other injured Raiders suiting up include cornerback Tarell Brown (foot, ankle), cornerback Chimdi Chekwa (shoulder), defensive tackle Pat Sims (shoulder) and cornerback Neiko Thorpe (hand).
Holmes has 37 catches for 540 yards and four touchdowns.
Raiders wide receiver Denarius Moore will miss his third consecutive game with ankle and knee injuries. Moore, who has 12 catches for 115 yards on the year, has played in 10 games for Oakland.
Also out for the Raiders is Larry Asante, Brian Leonhardt and Menelik Watson.
Sio Moore, Tarell Brown, and Pat Sims are all questionable while Chimdi Chekwa, Andre Holmes and Neiko Thorpe are probable.
Tony Sparano has growing concern in regard to the Sunday availability of Raiders starting cornerback Tarell Brown, who missed his second straight practice Thursday with a foot/ankle injury, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
The veteran has yet to miss a game this season.
Raiders running back Latavius Murray is active Week 14 against the 49ers.
Murray missed Week 13 after suffering a concussion. He passed every test, and is ready to return.
The team will also have Sio Moore and Tarell Brown for the contest. Both players came into the contest listed as questionable. Moore has a hip injury. Brown is dealing with a foot issue.
Raiders running back Latavius Murray, who was recently cleared from a concussion, was the only Oakland player deemed probable on the final injury report for Sunday's game against San Francisco.
Cornerback Tarell Brown (foot), linebacker Sio Moore (hip) and cornerback Neiko Thorpe (hand) were all deemed questionable. Meanwhile, safety Jonathan Dowling (back), tight end Brian Leonhardt (concussion) and tackle Menelik Watson (foot, ankle) were ruled out.
Raiders corner Tarell Brown is probable heading into Week 6.
Brown didn't appear on the injury report until Friday. He was able to get through full practice despite a thumb injury. It appears he'll play against the Chargers.
Raiders linebacker Nick Roach and cornerback Tarell Brown both left Friday's preseason game against the Packers with head injuries, the team announced. Both players were ruled out for the remainder of the game.
Former 49ers cornerback Tarell Brown agreed on a deal with the crosstown team, the Raiders, on Friday, according to the 49ers' team website. He signed a one-year, $3.5 million guaranteed deal with Oakland.
For the first time since his rookie season, Brown did not record an interception in 2013. He had 32 tackles and 10 defended passes over 13 games with San Francisco last season.
49ers cornerback Tarell Brown is getting additional medical opinions to see if he needs surgery for the rib injury that cost him three games, reports CSNBayArea.com. He sustained cracked ribs and cartilage damage Nov. 17 vs. the Saints.
“We’re going to get a lot of tests that need to get done and see what needs to be cleaned up,” Brown told the website.
An impending free agent, Brown allowed just two receptions for 11 yards in the NFC Championship Game loss at Seattle.
While cornerback Carlos Rogers (hamstring) is unable to play, the other key 49ers on the injury report are active for the game at Green Bay.
They include linebackers NaVorro Bowman (wrist) and Dan Skuta (foot), cornerbacks Tarell Brown (ribs) and Eric Wright (hamstring), center Jonathan Goodwin (not injury-related), guard Mike Iupati (knee) and defensive tackle Justin Smith (shoulder).
San Francisco WR Jon Baldwin, OL Jonathan Goodwin, LB NaVorro Bowman, CB Tarell Brown, OL Mike Iupati and DT Justin Smith are probable for the team's upcoming playoff game.
Iupati is dealing with a knee injury. Smith has a shoulder issue. Both players were able to put in full practice Friday.
The 49ers have labeled the following players as active for Sunday's regular season finale against the Cardinals in Week 17: NaVorro Bowman (wrist), Tarell Brown (ribs), Michael Crabtree (wrist, ankle), Frank Gore (knee), Vance McDonald (ankle), Kassim Osgood (shin), Dan Skuta (foot) and Justin Smith (shoulder).
Several important 49ers who were on the injury report will face Atlanta, including linebacker NaVorro Bowman (wrist), cornerback Tarell Brown (ribs), defensive tackle Justin Smith (shoulder), guard Mike Iupati (knee) and center Jonathan Goodwin (not injury-related).
Backup tight end Vance McDonald (ankle) and linebacker Dan Skuta (foot) are active as well.